A story that will engage, some silliness, great songs and wonderful characters
The latest production by the State Opera of South Australia is a magical concoction of song, dance and colour. Written by Hungarian composer Franz Lehar in 1905 The Merry Widow has enjoyed popularity right up to today.
This cabaret compendium is a well-structured programme of Lehrer’s satirical songs, both famous and obscure.
Price Check' is a great little Aussie musical set in a local supermarket and has been penned and produced by ex-Adelaidean, Sean Weatherly, and is currently performing here in his home town.
Food Court Cabaret celebrates the unique glitz and glamour of food courts, whether they be in Chinatown, or in a hipster paradise of macrobiotic quinoa dishes.
"The Front" is a new Australian musical following the people and events surrounding the bloodiest battle in ANZAC history - Fromelle.
Tracey Korsten speaks to this year's Adelaide Cabaret Fringe Festival co-director, Eugene Suleau, to find out what goodies are store for us.
Presented by Matthew Carey and Catherine Campbell Reviewed Saturday 12th January 2013 The Australian Cabaret Summer School, which is now in its third successful year, culminated in a night of performances by the participants. Run by Matthew Carey and Catherine Campbell, the week long intensive course is taught by them and a few special guests, […]
The performances were well thought out and very polished, looking more like the result of a lengthy rehearsal time, rather than just a few days.
Once again, the standards of the performances were very high. This was a good chance to see some of the future performers on the Australian and, perhaps, world cabaret scene.
One thing you can always be sure of when Sidonie Henbest, Catherine Campbell, Jamie Jewell, and Hew Parham team up is that you never know what you are going to get.
With the cream of Adelaide Cabaret in Catherine Campbell, Sidonie Henbest and Libby O’Donovan, all accompanied by the talented Matthew Carey, this show couldn’t be a better example of great cabaret.
Two terrific sets of performances, together presenting fifteen wonderful cabaret performers, marked the end of an intense week of tuition and masterclasses.
Have you ever sat in the audience of a cabaret show wondering how that could be YOU on stage? Or maybe you’ve performed cabaret before and want to develop and broaden your skills.
It is easy to understand why Muriel matters after enjoying Sheila Duncan’s delightful tribute to some of our forgotten history.